Kafue

== Site == Kafue is at the south-eastern foot of a range of granite hills rising 200 m and extending over an area of about 250 kmĀ², and occupies a shelf of land between the hills and the river, just high enough to avoid its annual flood. The town extends along some shallow valleys between the hills. A 400 m wide strip of small farms and gardens s...
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Kafue

Kafue (käfOO'ā) , river, c.600 mi (970 km) long, rising along the Zambia-Congo border, S central Africa, near Lubumbashi, and meandering through central Zambia to the Zambezi River. It provides water to Zambia's Copperbelt. The lower Kafue valley is fertile. A plant at Kafue Gorge gen...
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Kafue

River in central Zambia, a tributary of the Zambezi, 965 km/600 mi long. The upper reaches of the river form part of the Kafue National Park (1951). Kafue town, 44 km/27 mi south of Lusaka, population (2000) 45,900, is the centre of Zambia's heavy industry, which includes engineering and textiles. A hydroelectric power station opened in...
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Kafue

town, south-central Zambia, about 25 miles (40 km) south of Lusaka, the national capital. The town is located on the northern bank of the Kafue ...
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